MAGE SOLAR, a German solar group, will locate its North American headquarters in Dublin, Georgia, investing $30 million and creating 350 jobs as part of the project. The corporate campus will encompass the company's headquarters, a manufacturing facility, and a solar academy.
"We are certain that we have found the perfect home for our company based on the excellent infrastructure, impressive work force known for its productivity, integrity, and skill, as well as a keenly business-oriented leadership, who, during the whole process, also never lost focus of what is best for the future of Georgia, Laurens County, and the city of Dublin," said Norbert Philipp, CEO of MAGE.
Dublin is strategically located between one of the best-connected airports in the world and the Port of Savannah, offering the company a logistics advantage.
The manufacturing facility will produce crystalline photovoltaic modules. It will focus on the domestic American market, but in the future may consider serving international clients.